18 - 19 May 2019
Washbrook Farm, Aston-le-Walls, Daventry, Northamptonshire NN11 6RT
Click here for the 2019 Schedule (PDF)
Kindly sponsored by
We have the pleasure of welcoming Fibre-Beet as the title sponsor, who are very returning for a second year sponsoring this event. A little bit about our title sponsors:
British Horse Feeds is the equine feed division of I’Anson Bros Limited, based locally in Masham, North Yorkshire. I’Anson Bros Limited was founded in 1900 and is run by the fourth generation. After launching their flagship product Speedi-Beet, British Horse Feeds developed the super fibre conditioning feed, Fibre-Beet.
Fibre-Beet is a carefully formulated combination of Speedi-Beet, alfalfa and oat fibre supplemented with beneficial levels of biotin. Its high level of easily digested soluble fibre for slow energy release, along with low starch and sugar also makes it suitable for laminitics. Fibre-Beet is designed to be fed wet and can be fed in larger quantities than Speedi-Beet and so is a superb conditioning feed.
The Festival of the Horse Championships consists of two competitions; the Challenge and the Combined Training.
New for 2019! We are introducing a few Direct Entry classes to the championships this year. Direct Entry classes to not require prior qualification - just fill in the form and return it to us with payment and providing the class isn't already full, this will be your entry complete. Eligibility criteria can be found in the 2019 Handbook. The classes are as follows:
Direct Entry class information sheet can be found here (PDF)
Provisionally planned to take place on Saturday 18 May
Native Type Dressage - click here for an entry form
Cob Type Dressage - click here for an entry form
Retrained Racehorse Dressage - click here for an entry form
Provisionally planned to take place on Sunday 19 May
Veteran Horse Dressage - click here for an entry form
Veteran Rider Dressage - click here for an entry form
Reserve declaration forms can be found here. Please fill in and declare 60minutes before the start of the class, or alternatively, send the form into the office.
This competition is designed to be a test of a horse and rider’s ability to negotiate a show jumping course together with a cross-country course. The challenge consists of 7 to 10 show jumps, followed by 15 to 25 cross-country efforts.
There are six challenge classes for both individuals and teams:
- Senior 100
- Junior 100
- Senior 90
- Junior 90
- Senior 80
- Junior 80
This competition consists of one dressage test and one course of show jumps. Both individuals and teams can qualify for this competition. For teams, two team members will take part in the Prelim/75 Section, riding a prelim dressage test and show jumping at 75cm. The other two members will take part in the Novice/85 Section riding a novice dressage test and show jumping an 85cm round. Elimination from one phase will result in elimination from the other.
Both teams and individuals will compete at the area qualifiers, highest placed individuals will be invited to the championships from each section. The winning team will be decided from the best three scores in both phases. For eligibility requirements, please visit the BRC Handbook.
Online stabling booking is available for BRC championships. Once your booking account is created, it can be used for any future championship stabling bookings. Please note, stabling closes 21 days before the start of competition.
Hat Tagging and Body Protectors
All members are required to have their hats tagged before competing in any BRC qualifier or championship this year. For acceptable specifications, check the Hat Standards Guidelines.
All competitors in BRC XC phases must now wear a BETA Level 3 (Purple or Blue Label) Body Protector manufactured in the year 2009 or after. Further information on permitted body protectors can be found in the downloads section of the website.
If you are interested in bringing a Trade Stand to this event, please get in contact with Meg Haase (email@example.com, 02476 840595)
British Riding Clubs have once again taken out abandonment insurance for the three outdoor 2019 Championships that are held on grass, and therefore have a greater likelihood of being subject to weather related abandonment compared to those held at a permanent venue. These Championships are: the Festival of the Horse, the National Horse Trials and the National Championships. This insurance covers these events in the case of abandonment due to adverse weather conditions. Should any of these three events be cancelled due to adverse weather conditions, and the insurance policy conditions are satisfied, then all Championship entry fees and stable booking fees will be refunded in full. This excludes all Prelim entry fees for the Championship, and Area entry fees for the associated qualifiers. For all other BRC events, the refund policy as detailed in the current BRC Handbook will stand.
BRC Fibre-Beet Festival of the Horse Championships 2018 Results
BRC Fibre-Beet Senior Challenge 100 Results (pdf)
BRC Fibre-Beet Senior Challenge 90 Results (pdf)
BRC Fibre-Beet Senior Challenge 80 Results (pdf)
BRC Fibre-Beet Junior Combined Training Results (pdf)
BRC Fibre-Beet Junior Challenge 100 Results (pdf)
BRC Fibre-Beet Junior Challenge 90 Results (pdf)
BRC Fibre-Beet Junior Challenge 80 Results (pdf)
BRC Fibre-Beet Senior Combined Training Results (pdf)
Results from the Horslyx Festival of the Horse 2017
BRC Horslyx Senior Challenge 100 Championship 2017 Results (PDF)
BRC Horslyx Senior Challenge 90 Championship 2017 Results (PDF)
BRC Horslyx Senior Challenge 80 Championship 2017 Results (PDF)
BRC Horslyx Junior Combined Training Championship 2017 Results (PDF)
BRC Horslyx Junior Challenge 100 Championship 2017 Results (PDF)
BRC Horslyx Junior Challenge 90 Championship 2017 Results (PDF)
BRC Horslyx Junior Challenge 80 Championship 2017 Results (PDF)
BRC Horslyx Senior Combined Training Championship 2017 Results (PDF)